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1973-1974 



Evening Division 
Philadelphia 
College of Art 



Broad and 



Pine Streets 



Philadelphia 
Pennsylvania 



19102 



Contents 



The Evening Division f 

1 Educational Programs 

i Day College Portfolio Requirements 

i Credit or Audit 

7 Certificate Curriculum Plan 

Admissions 22 

8-14 Professional Majors 

8 Advertising Design 
1 1 Illustration 

1 2 Industrial Design 

1 4 Interior Design 

Faculty 26 

1 6 Studio Courses 

1 6 Certificate Foundation Courses 

16-21 Required and Elective Courses 

22 Certificate, Credit and Audit fees 

Inquiries 24 

24 Administration 

Calendar 27 



The Evening Division 



The Evening Division of the Philadelphia College of Art has offered, since its inception in 1 876, guidance 
and education for serious art students. Whether these students come for training in a particular profes- 
sional field or for personal enrichment, practicing artists and designers are available to teach and advise. 

The range of classes is wide, with studio and lecture courses covering all phases of art. The courses may 
be taken individually, with or without credit, or as part of a program leading to a career in art. 



Educational Programs 



Certificate Program 

The Certificate Program provides professional in- 
struction in these four areas: Advertising Design, 
Illustration, Industrial Design and Interior Design. 
The course work in any of these areas can be 
completed by attending 2 nights a week for 5 
years as indicated in the plan on page 7. Students 
desiring to complete the program in less time may 
enroll for more than 2 evenings a week. Ad- 
vanced standing can be granted only on the basis 
of portfolio presentation. 

To apply for Certificate: File application for Certifi- 
cate with $8 Certificate fee, have high school 
transcript sent to Office of Admissions. 

Application must be made only once. 

Certificate credit requirements: 

Studio credits 2 7 

22V2 credits in major and required courses 

4 1 /2 elective credits 

Liberal Arts credits 6 

3 credits required in History of Ideas 

Through the Arts 

3 elective credits either from PCA Liberal 

Arts program or any other accredited college 

or university 

Total credits 33 



Credit or Audit 

Any non-major course may be taken for credit or 
for audit. 

No application need be made for audit. For credit, 

file application for credit with $5 credit fee, have 

high school transcript sent to Office of 

Admissions. 

Application for credit must be made only once. 



Day College Portfolio Requirements 

A100E Drawing 

A1 1 0E Color and Design 

A109E Form Study 

In lieu of a portfolio for entrance to the PCA Day 

College, a student may take 3 Evening Division 

Foundation courses. Satisfactory completion of 

these courses (a grade of C or better) is sufficient 

for acceptance to the Day College. Each course is 

one semester long. An application for credit is not 

required. 



Certificate Curriculum Plan 

This plan is based on a minimum course load of 2 

nights per semester for 5 years. All studio classes 

are for 1.5 credits. All courses except the majors 

are for 1 semester. Liberal Arts classes are for 3 

credits. 



First Year 

Foundation Courses 
LA1 44E History of Ideas Through the Arts 

A100E Drawing 

A109E Form Study 

A1 1 OE Color & Design 

Second Year 

These courses are required before entering 

Interior and Industrial Design majors: 

A202E Perspective 

A207E Visual Techniques 

A209E Form Study 

For Interior Design: 

A210E Color & Design 

For Industrial Design: 

A2 1 7E Typographic Workshop & Production 

Techniques 

Second Year 

These courses are required before entering 

Advertising Design & Illustration majors: 

A208E Lettering and Type Indication 

A210E Color & Design 

A21 7E Typographic Workshop & Production 

Techniques 

A200E Drawing 

Ad206E Drawing for Advertising Replaces 

A200E for Advertising majors. 



Third Year 

100E Major 
LA. Elective* 
100E Major 
Studio Elective" 

Fourth Year 

200E Major 
Studio Elective* 
200E Major 
Required Studio Course* 

Fifth Year 

300E Major 

Required Studio Course' 
300E Major 
Studio Elective* 



'These courses may be taken in any sequence in 
conjunction with the major classes. 



Professional Majors 



Advertising Design 

The Advertising Design Program prepares stu- 
dents for career positions in advertising agencies, 
art studios, magazine and book publishing, pack- 
aging, display, art and advertising departments of 
businesses, as well as for free-lance work. Class 
projects stress lettering, typography, advertising 
drawing, photography, printing and design for 
television. 



Program 

The four single-semester foundation courses are 

required for students entering without previous 

experience or training. 

LA1 44E History of Ideas Through the Arts 

A100E Drawing 

A1 f OE Color and Design 

A109EForm Study 

It is necessary to complete the following courses 

before entering the major of Advertising Design. 

Each course is one semester. They may be taken 

in any order. 

A208E Lettering and Type Indication 

A206E Drawing for Advertising 

A21 OE Color and Design 

A21 7E Typographic Workshop and Production 

Techniques 

Major Courses 

Ad 100E Advertising Design 

1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 

3 hours, once a week 



Introduction to the basic principles of design as 
applied to the printed page; exploration of media, 
techniques and professional procedures. Students 
are taught to translate thoughts and words into 
visual concepts. 

Ad200E Advertising Design 
1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Emphasis on creative and practical aspects of ad- 
vertising; projects include direct mail, magazines, 
newspapers, posters, packaging and design. Ex- 
ploration of television as an advertising medium. 

Ad300E Advertising Design 
1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Advanced layout, lettering, typographic design 
and advertising illustration; agency, studio and 
magazine procedures, artist-client relations; inten- 
sified work in television advertising. Portfolio 
preparation. Guest lecturers. The following 
courses are to be taken in conjunction with 
AdIOOE, Ad200E, Ad300E: 

A205-305E Contemporary Figure Drawing 

Ad200E Drawing 

Any three single-semester studio courses can be 

selected for the 4 1 /2 elective credits that are 

required. 

The three-credit Liberal Arts course of your choice 
can be taken at PCA or any other accredited col- 
lege or university. 



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Illustration 

The Illustration program instructs the student in 
visual communications directed to the broad 
fields of book, magazine, advertising and institu- 
tional illustration. He is introduced to the special 
requirements of magazine and book publishing, 
advertising and industrial art, documentary re- 
porting and television art. Stress is placed on skill 
in drawing, understanding of media, and meth- 
ods of reproduction. 

Program 

The four 1 -semester foundation courses are re- 
quired for students entering without previous 
training or experience. 
LA1 44E History of Ideas Through the Arts 
A100E Drawing 
A1 1 0E Color and Design 
A109EForm Study 

It is necessary to complete the following courses 

before entering the major of Illustration. Each 

course is one semester. They may be taken in any 

order. 

A208E Lettering and Type Indication 

A21 OE Color and Design 

A200E Drawing 

A217E Typographic Workshop and Production 

Techniques 

Major Courses 

111 00E Illustration 

1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 

3 hours, once a week 

A foundation course in the use of the elements of 

picture-making; figure and costume drawing, pic- 



torial composition, color, and an introduction to 
various two-dimensional media and techniques 
Problems in magazine, newspaper and book 
illustration. 

II200E Illustration 
1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

An intensive study of the major methods of repro- 
duction with analyses of actual professional 
pieces which have been previously reproduced; 
continuing study of drawing as applied to illustra- 
tion; experiments with new materials and media. 

II300E Illustration 
1st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Concentration on the development of a portfolio 
through work on projects similar to those profes- 
sional illustrators are called upon to do; documen- 
tary, record albums, institutional brochures and 
book illustration. Continuing emphasis on expres- 
sive draftsmanship, with a search for a personal 
stylistic approach. 

The following required courses are to be taken in 
conjunction with II100E, II200E, II300E: 

A205-305E Contemporary Figure Drawing 

IL302E Illustration for Children 

Any three single-semester' studio courses can be 

selected for the 416 elective credits that are 

required. 

The 3-credit Liberal Arts course of your choice can 
be taken at PCA or any other accredited college or 
university 



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Industrial Design 

Industrial Design provides instruction for students 
interested in contributing to the development and 
design of three — dimensional products. Profes- 
sional solutions are developed for assignments 
that parallel problems encountered in the design 
field. Design instruction is combined with draw- 
ing, material and methods, model making, ren- 
dering and creative analysis. 

Program 

The four 1 -semester foundation courses are re- 
quired for students entering without previous ex- 
perience or training. 

LA1 44E History of Ideas Through the Arts 
A100E Drawing 
A1 1 OE Color and Design 
A109EForm Study 

It is necessary to complete the following courses 

before entering the major of Industrial Design. 

Each course is one semester. They may be taken 

in any order. 

A202E Perspective 

A207E Visual Techniques 

A21 7E Typographic Workshop and Production 

Techniques 

A209EForm Study 

Major Courses 

ID100E Industrial Design 

1 st and 2nd semester, 3 credits 

3 hours, once a week 

Projects are planned to familiarize the student 

with the requirements and opportunities of the 



design field, and to explore fundamentals of di- 
mensional design. Assignments dealing with 
form, materials, texture and color are carried from 
concept to finished models. 

ID200E Industrial Design 
1 st and 2nd semester, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Assignments are of a specific product nature, ex- 
posing the students to the changing requirements 
of society and fostering a creative solution. Prod- 
uct function, sketching, market research, study 
models, rendering, materials and methods are 
stressed. Projects are used as a basis for group 
discussions. 

ID300E Industrial Design 

1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 

3 hours, once a week 

Projects are developed from the initial conception 
through model making and the presentation of 
finished renderings. At least one project is given 
by a visiting client and criticized by both the in- 
structor and the representative of the guest firm. 
Portfolio presentation. 

The following courses are to be taken in conjunc- 
tion with ID100E, ID200Eand ID300E: 

ID302E Exhibit Design 
A307E Advanced Visual Techniques 
Any three single-semester studio courses can be 
selected for the 4'/2 elective credits that are re- 
quired. The three-credit Liberal Arts course of 
your choice can be taken at PCA or any other ac- 
credited college or university. 



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Interior Design 

Interior Designers are prepared for commercial, 
institutional, contract and residential interior de- 
sign. The program explores the elements upon 
which interiors are dependent— furniture, fabrics, 
lighting, architectural details, the history of furni- 
ture, and interprets the design, production and or- 
ganization of those elements as related to spatial 
uses and social patterns. 

Program 

The four single-semester foundation courses are 

required for students entering without previous 

training or experience. 

LA1 44E History of Ideas Through the Arts 

A100E Drawing 

A1 1 OE Color and Design 

A109E Form Study 

It is necessary to complete the following courses 

before entering the major of Interior Design. Each 

course is one semester. They may be taken in any 

order. 

A202E Perspective 

A207E Visual Techniques 

A210E Color and Design 

A209E Form Study 

Major Courses 

IntlOOE Interior Design 

1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 

3 hours, once a week 

Fundamentals of lighting, fabrics and color used 



in home and institutional interiors; projects stress 
the interpretation of design to space function and 
patterning. 

lnt200E Interior Design 
1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Planning color schemes, selecting period furni- 
ture, floor and wall coverings, lights and window 
treatments for residential and commercial interior 
space layouts. Field trips and special lectures by 
authorities in specific areas of interior design. 

lnt300E Interior Design 
1 st and 2nd semesters, 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Survey of the history of furniture, preparation of 
bids, model making, finished renderings and port- 
folio preparation. Field trips to interior design 
studios. 

The following required courses are to be taken in 
conjunction with IntlOOE, lnt200E, lnt300E: 

lnt302E Fabric Production and Application 

Int301 E Furniture Design and Fabrication 

Any three single-semester studio courses can be 

selected for the 4V2 elective credits that are 

required. 

The three-credit Liberal Arts course of your choice 
can be taken at PCA or any other accredited col- 
lege or university. 



Studio Courses 

See index for descriptions of Major Courses 



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Certificate Foundation Courses 

LA144E History of Ideas Through the Arts 

1 semester, 3 credits 3 hours, once a week 
A survey of the primary philosophic attitudes of 
the West, from primitive to modern man, as evi- 
denced through the forms of decorative, applied 
and fine arts, crafts and architecture. 



Required and Elective Courses 

A1 19E Ceramics 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Design and fabrication of ceramic pieces; hand 
forming, potter's wheel, clay and glaze 
preparation. 



A100E Drawing 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
A foundation course in drawing and composition 
investigating the characteristics of mass, weight, 
form and movement through studying line quali- 
ties and tonalities. Costumed and nude figure 
drawings and quick action sketches with individ- 
ual criticism to encourage expressive 
draftsmanship. 

A109E Form Study 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
A study of the fundamental principles of three-di- 
mensional form. By exploring geometric and or- 
ganic structures, the student acquires insights 
into the nature of materials and their relationship 
to form. 



A219E Advanced Ceramics 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Refinement and further development of basic 
skills. Students confident of their skills may elect 
to work on a tutorial basis in the technique(s) of 
their choice. 



A210E Color and Design 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
An extension of Color and Design A1 10E into the 
limitless possibilities of color and shape inter- 
action. Familiar ideas are explored in unfamiliar 
ways to break with traditional thinking. Both color 
and design courses are intended to bring the artis- 
tic present into focus for the student. 



A11 OE Color and Design 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Using various media, this course investigates the 
principles of organization in relation to the two-di- 
mensional surface, including the study of color, 
black and white, and specific systems of design. 



A200E Drawing 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Advanced problems with particular emphasis on 
the nude, development of draftsmanship as a cre- 
ative expression in itself as well as a skill to aid 
the student's work as an artist-designer. 



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A300E Advanced Drawing 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
The projects deal with the human figure in varied 
applications. Stress is on encouraging the devel- 
opment of personal and imaginative statements. 

A206E Drawing for Advertising 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
The class is designed to instruct the student in the 
techniques of drawing indication for layout, with 
emphasis on pictorial composition and interest. 

A205E-305E Contemporary Figure Drawing 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Basic principles of drawing and design as applied 
to the contemporary fashion figure. Emphasis is 
placed on developing an understanding of the fig- 
ure and its utilization in fashion illustration. 

ld302E Exhibit Design 

1st. and 2nd semester 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

An introductory course in dimensional communi- 
cations. Exhibits and environments will be 
planned from idea sketches to mock-ups. Assign- 
ments will deal with real situations. Exhibits will 
be designed in coordination with area museums 
and community centers. 

lnt302E Fabric Production and Application 

1 semester, 1.5 credits 

3 hours, once a week, Spring semester 



An investigation of the design, printing, dyeing 
and fabrication techniques involved in fabric pro- 
duction, and their adaptation to contemporary 
and historical functions. 

A209E Form Study 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Class problems search out various ways of defin- 
ing and describing space through constructions 
and structured activities. 

lnt301E Furniture Design and Fabrication 

1 semester, 1.5 credits 
3 hours, once a week, Fall semester 
Construction methods, joinery and finishes used 
in plaster, glass, wood and metal furniture. Proj- 
ects in construction drawings, writing specifica- 
tions, evaluating analysis. Field trips to various 
furniture manufacturers. 

II302E Illustration for Children 

1 st. and 2nd semester 3 credits 
3 hours, once a week 

Course work will be concerned with the design 
possibilities in the field of children's books and 
the expanding areas of educational materials, il- 
lustrations of trade and text books, design of vari- 
ety of learning aids and film strips. Guest lecturers 
will be brought in to assist in the exploration of 
the collaboration between editors, artists and 
educators. II200E is a prerequisite. 



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A1 1 5E Jewelry and Silversmithing 
1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
The development of basic metal-working skills, 
sawing, soldering, casting, stone-setting, with the 
goal of realizing the creative potential of metals 
for decorative and practical purposes. 

A215E Advanced Jewelry and Silversmithing 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Design and execution of forged jewelry, boxes, 
cast rings and earrings. Students are encouraged 
to develop their own projects. 

A202E Perspective 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
An introduction to the various types of mechani- 
cal and freehand perspective and a study of the 
proper application of each type. A necessary tool 
for designers and illustrators. 

A208E Lettering and Type Indication 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Course deals with type indication for headlines, 
body copy, brochures, packaging and all related 
communications, as well as letter forms and 
styles, the language of typography, anatomy of 
type, type casting and application of type to 
layout. 

A104E Painting 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Painting in oil and acrylic from life models, still 



life and other sources; exploring the structure of 
form and space on the two-dimensional surface. 
(2 sems. drawing is a prerequisite) 

Note: 

The Fashion Illustration major will be discontin- 
ued as of May 22, 1973. 

The College, however, will honor its commitment 
to all those currently enrolled in the Fashion Illus- 
tration Certificate Program, and will continue to 
offer the courses needed to fulfill that obligation. 

The changing needs of the professional field have 
made this move advisable, since to meet present- 
day demands, a Fashion Illustrator must be 
broadly trained in Advertising Design or Illustra- 
tion as well. Students in those majors may, if they 
choose, devote extra time to Fashion drawing by 
electing more than one semester of A205E-305E 
Contemporary Figure Drawing in addition to the 
requirements of their major. 



A217E Typographic Workshop and Production 
Techniques 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
A survey of printing types, their history, forms 
and use. Production procedures from design con- 
cept to finished printed product. Workshop expe- 
rience in typesetting, both metal and 
photographic, mechanical preparation, offset 
camera operation, stripping, plate making, letter- 
press printing. 



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A1 01 E Sculpture 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Basic modeling technique as it relates to the bust 
and torso. Each student will select one completed 
piece for casting in a permanent medium. Stu- 
dents with previous sculpture experience may 
elect to work on a tutorial basis. 

A207E Visual Techniques 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Illustration methods for Interior and Industrial de- 
signers. Various media are used for the rendering 
of three-dimensional form, color and value stud- 
ies, and the rendering of textures and materials. 

A103E Aqueous Media 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
Use of transparent and opaque watercolor; study 
of form and color using still life and models. 

A113E Weaving 

1 semester, 1 . 5 credits 3 hours, once a week 
The class will investigate various off-loom weav- 
ing techniques, stitchery and macrame. Ta- 
pestries and rugs will be made using pile and flat 
woven techniques. 

Int301 E Woodworking 

1 semester, 1 .5 credits 3 hours, once a week 

A course designed to teach the principles of 

woodworking, joinery and design in wood. 



Liberal Arts 

A new schedule of the Liberal Arts classes offered 
in evening hours will be issued each semester. 



Fees and Regulations 22 



Application for Admission 

Write to the Office of Admissions for an appli- 
cation, clearly specifying the area of study in 
which you are interested: 

1 . Credit 

2. Certificate 

3. Day College Portfolio Requirement 

File application, pay credit or Certificate fee, have 
high school transcript sent to Office of Admis- 
sions. This process need not be completed before 
registration. A student may change from credit to 
certificate category by filing a new application. 

Fees for Certificate, Credit or 
Audit Courses 

Tuition is payable in full at registration at the be- 
ginning of the semester. There are no deferred 
payments. If an official withdrawal form is filed 
during the first two weeks of the semester, a 50% 
refund of tuition is allowed. Fees are not refun- 
dable. No refunds will be made after the two- 
week period is over. 

$ 8 Certificate application fee 

$ 5 credit application fee 

$ 1 20 per semester for each 3-hour studio course 

$ 80 per credit for each Liberal Arts subject (a 3- 

credit course will be $240) 
$ 10 lab fee each semester for Jewelry and Sil- 

versmithing, Woodworking, Typographic 

Workshop and Ceramics 
$ 10 late registration fee charged after the 3 

days of official registration are over 



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Veterans 

Veterans wishing to avail themselves of Gl educa- 
tion benefits must first contact the VA, and then 
supply PCA with two copies of the Certificate of 
Eligibility. Veterans must be enrolled for credit. 

Late Registration 

No student may enter class more than one week 
late if the course is taken for credit. 

Course Changes 

No course changes are permitted after the second 
week of classes. All changes must be approved by 
the Director of the Evening Division and proc- 
essed by the Registrar's office. 

Attendance 

Attendance will be taken at all classes. No more 
than three class sessions may be missed during a 
semester. 

Materials 

All materials and books are furnished by the stu- 
dent and may be purchased from the College 
Store. 

Library 

The facilities of the College Library are available 
to the Evening Division students. 



Student Work 

The College reserves the right to retain one ex- 
ample of each student's work each semester to be 
added to its permanent collection of student 
work. Responsibility for loss of property of any 
student or other individual resulting from fire, 
theft or other causes will not be assumed by the 
College. 

Course Cancellation 

All courses are subject to cancellation if enroll- 
ment is insufficient. 



Inquiries 

Write to the Office of the Evening Division, PCA, 
Broad and Pine Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102 
for information about programs, or telephone 
Klngsley 6-0545. 



Administration 

Jane Flory, Director of the Evening Division 
George D. Culler, President 
Richard Reinhardt, Dean of Faculty 
Robert Weitzel, Jr., Dean of Students 
Kay Ransdell, Director of Admissions 
John A. Hauter, Registrar 



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Evening Division Faculty 



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Wayne Bates, Ceramics 

Isa Barnett, Drawing 

Bruce Caley, Sculpture 

Frank Campana, Advertising Design 

Gil Cohen, Illustration 

Carolyn Croll, Color & Design 

Matthew Cunniff, Interior Design 

Lynn Denton, Form Study 

Louis Donato, Advertising Design 

Ronald Dorfman, Illustration 

Edward Eberle, Ceramics 

George Eberhardt, Interior Design 

John Graham, Exhibit Design 

Richard Greenwood, Industrial Design 

Henry Guarini, Lettering & Type Indication 

William Hague, Color & Design 

Leonard Hilgner, Woodworking 

Perry Hoberg, History of Ideas Through the Arts 

Richard Hood, Color & Design 



James Irvine III, Interior Design 

Martin Kaelin, Drawing 

Helen Leibson, Color & Design 

Walter Lubar, Drawing 

Leon Lugassy, Jewelry 

Richard Massarella, Visual Techniques 

David Milby, Form Study 

Walter Neibart, Drawing 

Albert Pastore, Illustration 

Boris Putterman, Painting 

Robert Scheibner, Perspective 

Gus Sermas, Drawing 

Thomas Stearns, Weaving 

Robert Stein, Typographic Workshop 

Elsa Tarantal, Form Study 

Ann Todd, Color & Design 

Francis Tucker, Drawing 

Paul Wilson, Drawing for Advertising 

Theodore Xaras, Watercolor 



1973-74 Calendar 



First Semester 1973 (1 5 weeks) 

Evening Division Registration 

First Semester begins 

Late Registration 

Last Day for Roster changes 

Thanksgiving Vacation 

Evaluation-Examination Week 

Fall Term Ends 

Mid-Year Intermission 

Second Semester 1 974 (1 7 weeks) 

Registration 

Second Semester begins 

Late Registration 

Last Day for Roster changes 

Spring Vacation 

Evaluation-Examination Week 

Spring term ends 

Commencement 



September 4, 5, 1973 

Thursday, September 6 

Friday-Thursday, September 7-13 

Friday, September 21 

Thursday & Friday, November 22 & 23 

Monday-Friday, December 17-21 

Friday, December 21 

Monday, December 24, 1 973, to 

Friday, January 1 8, 1 974 

January 15, 16, 17, 1974 
Monday, January 21 
Tuesday-Monday, January 22-28 
Tuesday, February 5 
Monday-Friday, March 25-29 
Monday-Friday, May 20-24 
Friday, May 24 
Friday, May 31 



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